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Amy Levy

Amy Judith Levy was a British essayist, poet, and novelist best remembered for her literary gifts; her experience as the first Jewish woman at Cambridge University and as a pioneering woman student at Newnham College, Cambridge; her feminist positions; her friendships with others living what came later to be called a "New Woman" life, some of whom were lesbians; and her relationships with both women and men in literary and politically activist circles in London... Read More

Born10 November 1861
London, England, United Kingdom
Died10 September 1889 (aged 27)
London, England, United Kingdom
OccupationPoet, Novelist
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